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The apps in Smart Hub doesn't work very well. They don't always work! Like the Amazon app for instance, when I try to load it up, it'll load, then eventually just go back to the tv mode.
I had the exact same issue. Fixed it last night by resetting the Smart Hub. Menu > Smart Hub > Smart Hub Reset
It will ask for your PIN, which is annoyingly not found in the manual. A bit of google fu indicated it is generally 0000 for Samsung.

I have not found any way to delete and re-install just the Amazon app.

My guess is the Amazon app gets corrupted somehow and just needs a reset. App was working fine last night but has already crapped out again today. This is something of a pain in the butt.
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I had the exact same issue. Fixed it last night by resetting the Smart Hub. Menu > Smart Hub > Smart Hub Reset
It will ask for your PIN, which is annoyingly not found in the manual. A bit of google fu indicated it is generally 0000 for Samsung.

I have not found any way to delete and re-install just the Amazon app.

My guess is the Amazon app gets corrupted somehow and just needs a reset. App was working fine last night but has already crapped out again today. This is something of a pain in the butt.
I think I resolved the Amazon issue. I was chatting with Samsung and they told me to set the DNS manually to 8.8.8.8 which is their DNS. I did this on Sunday and it's been working ever since.
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Anyone had any luck pairing the TV to a Directv "Genie" remote yet? I'm getting an error message from the Directv box every time I try. Is the IR extender necessary in order to pair the TV? I'd prefer to use the Directv remote rather than Samsung's.
Just paired mine yesterday, no problem. I did use the IR extender. The native guide the Samsung tried to display was pathetic. Dtv guide from the box is MUCH better.

Also was having trouble getting my phone to do screen mirroring, galaxy s4. And found a patch via the Samsung website, on playstore. That did the trick for displaying phone content on the TV. However the other devices on the network it SEES and will show some stock folders but will not actually pull a vid or pic from any device on the network.
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I think I resolved the Amazon issue. I was chatting with Samsung and they told me to set the DNS manually to 8.8.8.8 which is their DNS. I did this on Sunday and it's been working ever since.
Just to clarify, 8.8.8.8 is a Google-provided DNS, not Samsung's
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So I just got the UN65H6300AF from Costco on Sunday. There is only one panel for this Samsung TV in this size, correct? Think it said it was an AH01. So far don't have any complaints, the picture is great so far.

I wanted a 70" set but ran into the white hot spot issue on every display model Vizio and Sharp that I could find so decided to get this Samsung instead. My previous Samsung LCD TV was still going strong after 7 years, but the picture on this new one just blows that one away.
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So I won't be able to price match the 40H6350 at Best Buy ($620.99) with Amazon's price ($589.99) just because the Amazon price has the "FXZA" off the model? LOL
If that's true, that is so ridiculous.
So funny. It's like a car dealer saying, 'Oh so the other dealership has it in Red? Sorry, we can't match that because this sweet baby is "Candy Red"
Regardless of the salesman, the better deal is $542 while the others play the tomato, tamato game.
http://www.gosale.com/5823524/samsun...h6350-40-1080p

FXZA simply reflects that it's a US model (120V) and the Samsung factory it came from. Thus UN40H6350 = UN40H6350FXZA = 40H6350FXZA = 40 H6350 = UN-40H6350 = UN40H6350FXZ/A etc etc.
If you don't believe that, prepare to open your wallet to eager hands.

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For those of you with the UN55H6350 (or comparable panel) can you please post your calibration settings? I've already looked at cnet and lcdtvbuyingguide and I'm not quite satisfied with their settings. Thanks!
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So I won't be able to price match the 40H6350 at Best Buy ($620.99) with Amazon's price ($589.99) just because the Amazon price has the "FXZA" off the model? LOL

If that's true, that is so ridiculous.
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So funny. It's like a car dealer saying, 'Oh so the other dealership has it in Red? Sorry, we can't match that because this sweet baby is "Candy Red"
Regardless of the salesman, the better deal is $542 while the others play the tomato, tamato game.
http://www.gosale.com/5823524/samsun...h6350-40-1080p

FXZA simply reflects that it's a US model (120V) and the Samsung factory it came from. Thus UN40H6350 = UN40H6350FXZA = 40H6350FXZA = 40 H6350 = UN-40H6350 = UN40H6350FXZ/A etc etc.
If you don't believe that, prepare to open your wallet to eager hands.
As I stated earlier in this thread I had BB accept a $549 price match from Amazon. I simply printed out the quote page from Amazon, walked into BB and asked for the AV department manager and showed him the printout. He immediately accepted the $549 price. Of course the best time to do this is when the store is busy and they simply want to deal with you as quickly as possible so they can move on to the next customer.
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For those of you with the UN55H6350 (or comparable panel) can you please post your calibration settings? I've already looked at cnet and lcdtvbuyingguide and I'm not quite satisfied with their settings. Thanks!
I agree with you having just purchased the UN40H6350 for my bedroom I have also tried both the cnet and the lcdtvbuyingguide settings and I am not pleased with them.
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Hi,


Does the UNH326350 have a 3.5mm headphone jack?


If it doesn't, is there any way I can use earphones or headphones with this TV?


Thanks
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anyone having 'lag' issues with this?


ps 3, ai don't play much, but my old Sammy I had no issues, on this one, my first person shooter guy gets 'stuck' and back tracks a bit....?
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Going to costco this afternoon. Should I pick the vizio M602i-B3 for $1149.99 or samsung UN60H6300AF $1289.99 with a free BD-HM59C 3D Wi-Fi Blu-ray Player and spend the extra cash? Thanks.
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I agree with you having just purchased the UN40H6350 for my bedroom I have also tried both the cnet and the lcdtvbuyingguide settings and I am not pleased with them.
I'm with y'all. I have the UN48 and both those settings are mediocre. Would love to see what this TV could really do.
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Could anyone recommend a soundbar that'll pair with this model for antenna viewing and headphone capability?
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Edge Lit or Direct?

I have a UN65H6300AF that I got at Costco recently. However I am still unsure as to whether this set is edge or direct lit? Some web sites say it's edge, some say it's direct, and Samsung's site does not clarify this either. I assume it's edge lit, but just wanted to be sure.
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Originally Posted by turk1
So if i'm reading that correctly the 48" has panels only made by Samsung? Thanks.


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Yes you are correct.
I was at Best Buy this evening buying a UN48H6350 - I explained the panel lottery and asked them to find me one whose version number began with the letter 'T' - he came back and said they also had some where the version number began with the letter 'V'. Now, I could have misheard him, but it seems to at least indicate two panel types for this model.
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According to Samsung parts and Sears parts the only version code for that size is TS01. I would have him bring out the 48" set and check for yourself. Would not take their word on anything.
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I have a UN65H6300AF that I got at Costco recently. However I am still unsure as to whether this set is edge or direct lit? Some web sites say it's edge, some say it's direct, and Samsung's site does not clarify this either. I assume it's edge lit, but just wanted to be sure.
This line is direct lit.
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This line is direct lit.
I guess my next question then is does it do any kind of local dimming, or have dimming zones, so that dark areas of the screen don't get as much backlight as bright areas?

I'm considering the new M-series Vizio 70" instead, and it's my understanding that it is not only direct lit, but has active dimming, or dimming zones for even better black levels.

Or maybe I'm just totally confused
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I don't get why people nitpick over which panel they get. I've had Samsung, sharp and now the ah01 in my newly acquired 65h6350. Samsung and sharp panels were by fa the worst when it came to screen uniformity and was very distracting on dark scenes. I replaced last years 65f6300 for this reason and this new panel actually has deeper blacks,performs better and is very uniform with only a few spots with hardly, barely visible flash lighting. I think all panels will vary regardless of make, and comparisons can't be made between a home and store setting.
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I purchased 48H6350 from BuyDig last week. Any one had luck mapping TV to Dish Network Remote? I tried few codes listed on Dish website. Nothing worked. Dish Customer service couldn't help either. Does anyone know which code works? I have 21.1 IR cable remote.

I couldn't get Samsung Remote sync to Cable box either. As instructed I connected IR cable to IR out plug and placed it in front of Cable Box. Samsung customer service couldn't help either. Rep created a ticket and said someone from second level would call me in 24 hrs. It has been more than 24 hrs no one called me yet.

I have one more problem to list. NetFlix app is not working. When I click on app, I get a blank screen and nothing happens. Rep tried resetting everything nothing worked.

My Cable box model is VIP722 DVR.

Anyone had luck with any of my issues? Thanks in advance.
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I don't get why people nitpick over which panel they get. I've had Samsung, sharp and now the ah01 in my newly acquired 65h6350. Samsung and sharp panels were by fa the worst when it came to screen uniformity and was very distracting on dark scenes. I replaced last years 65f6300 for this reason and this new panel actually has deeper blacks,performs better and is very uniform with only a few spots with hardly, barely visible flash lighting. I think all panels will vary regardless of make, and comparisons can't be made between a home and store setting.
Your opinion is noted and respected. Most discussions on this issue are found in the Samsung Panel version thread. I personally have dialed in my UN65H6350 to my liking. Do I think it is as good of a panel as my friends UN75H6350? No. I know because we have had them side by side at my house to compare them. Unfortunately there is only version AH01 which is a AU Optronics panel in this size. 75" was too big for the room and too expensive to get approval from the finance committee. I do not have a problem with outsourced panels. What kinda sucks is different panels on different sizes with different specs and percieved picture quality. The only way to lay this subject to rest is to have a shootout between the different panels on the same model line. That will never happen. Your UN65F6300 either had a MS01 version number which is also a AU Optronics panel. Also Samsung parts list another option which is KS01. Not sure who makes that panel. It appears from my reading that the AH01 panel is a better panel then the MS01 panel. They used the AH01 panel in the 65ES8000 and it was at that time Samsung's flagship model. Also it shared duties in last years F7100. I also have owned a few Sharp sets in the past. Never cared for the bluish blacks and total loss of picture when looking up at the set. Thanks again for your post.

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I don't get why people nitpick over which panel they get. I've had Samsung, sharp and now the ah01 in my newly acquired 65h6350. Samsung and sharp panels were by fa the worst when it came to screen uniformity and was very distracting on dark scenes. I replaced last years 65f6300 for this reason and this new panel actually has deeper blacks,performs better and is very uniform with only a few spots with hardly, barely visible flash lighting. I think all panels will vary regardless of make, and comparisons can't be made between a home and store setting.
I've been impressed with my 65H6350 as well so far. Blacks are very black, and don't see much flashlighting or any other uniformity issues. Only area where it's a little dicey is on a dark grey screen, but that seems to be common on most TVs.

I'm still debating between keeping this set, or getting the new M-series 70" Vizio. I'd like a 70" set, but wonder if I'll get the same PQ (image processing, motion handling, etc) on the Vizio as the Sammy.

Decisions, decisions.....
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Your opinion is noted and respected. Most discussions on this issue are found in the Samsung Panel version thread. I personally have dialed in my UN65H6350 to my liking. Do I think it is as good of a panel as my friends UN75H6350? No. I know because we have had them side by side at my house to compare them. Unfortunately there is only version AH01 which is a AU Optronics panel in this size. 75" was too big for the room and too expensive to get approval from the finance committee. I do not have a problem with outsourced panels. What kinda sucks is different panels on different sizes with different specs and percieved picture quality. The only way to lay this subject to rest is to have a shootout between the different panels on the same model line. That will never happen. Your UN65F6300 either had a MS01 version number which is also a AU Optronics panel. Also Samsung parts list another option which is KS01. Not sure who makes that panel. It appears from my reading that the AH01 panel is a better panel then the MS01 panel. They used the AH01 panel in the 65ES8000 and it was at that time Samsung's flagship model. Also it shared duties in last years F7100. I also have owned a few Sharp sets in the past. Never cared for the bluish blacks and total loss of picture when looking up at the set. Thanks again for your post.
I understand. My point is that variances in same make or even different make panels is most likely a real thing. Either way, I've had last year's 55f7100, 60f7100, and 65f6300, they all had bad clouding issues with the "crappy" MS01 panel being the most uniform although still somewhat cloudy with an actual better picture IMO. The clouding on the 7100 was unbearable. This year's H series has improved very very much in screen uniformity and off axis veiwing and I can barely notice any clouding unless I really look for it on a dark scene in a pitch black room. For what it's worth though Rtings.Com measured the 6350 as the best black levels and highest contrast between the 7150 and 6400, although only slightly. Since I don't use 3D, smart hub or need a fancy remote I opted for the 65h6350 and am pretty happy with it while saving money
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I agree that clouding is Samsung's Achilles heel. My last Samsung set had moderate clouding. My set with the AUO panel has none. Some mild flash lighting though. I don't take much stock in anything RRatings prints. To say therei is no difference in picture quality between the H6350 and the H8000 is crazy. I have seen the H8000 personally myself. Picture is amazing. Our set is nice but the H8000 is a whole nother animal.
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Have you tried massaging / rubbing the panel to alleviate the clouding?
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That set's panel died a few months ago and thus I purchased the H6350. I did try the massage trick. It did help some but the clouding never went away completely. Reading other threads, it seems the 75" Samsung panels have it the worst.
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That set's panel died a few months ago and thus I purchased the H6350. I did try the massage trick. It did help some but the clouding never went away completely. Reading other threads, it seems the 75" Samsung panels have it the worst.
I saw a few complaints about clouding too when looking at the 75" Samsungs on the Costco site. Although I'd like a 70" set, I'm beginning to think I should just stick with the 65H6350 since the picture is great, and I don't see any clouding or other issues with it. The current Vizio and Sharp 70" sets have the white spot issue, so those are out, and 75" gets too spendy.

The only other set I was holding out for is the M-Series 2014 70" Vizio, but some of the early reviews I've read said the active backlighting makes very little difference and I wonder if the image processing isn't better on the Samsung as well.

Sigh.....
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Have you tried massaging / rubbing the panel to alleviate the clouding?
tried that on my old f6300, didnt help one bit..

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tried that on my old f6300, didnt help one bit..
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